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Officially yes, in practice no. Officially a Non-Imm O visa allows you a 90 day visit in Thailand, at which time you are supposed to depart. You can apply for an extension, which would give you 365 days from your initial entry, but approval is not a guaranteed, so the 90 days departure still technically applies. Thailand immigration officials almost ...


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Assuming both flights are from the same airport (Bangkok has two international airports) and your bags are checked through to Columbo, you do not need a visa. When you disembark from your Beijing flight follow the transfer counter signs, clear security and proceed to your next gate. If you are flying on Thai Airways for both flights, then they will likely ...


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Technically, yes. From here: "Some products can be imported free of duty, e.g. laptops and other electronic products." and "Goods imported into Thailand are subject to VAT at a rate of 7% calculated over the CIF value plus any applicable duty." with CIF being "Cost, Insurance and Freight". So, you do not have to pay duty, but you would have to pay sales tax. ...


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I don't think so. Unless you are ordering it online from Thailand. If you are buying it personally and taking it to Thailand personally then I don't think you would require to pay custom fee.


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All three of the major operators sell prepaid SIM cards with a data allowance from their counters on level 2 or Suvarnabhumi airport. Providing you have an unlocked GSM phone / tablet (no CDMA), you can have 1GB of data for 7 days for 300 Baht (less than US$10). True and DTAC both have 4G networks, and the tourist plans also have free wifi which is widely ...


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12go asia has it all, stops and maps. you can hop off anywhere, but hop on mostly in provincial centers or large towns. unless you solve local logistic, there is no point in this kind of hops. how do you want to go from the provincial bus station, and where? they don't rent motorbikes there on every corner, actually don't rent at all. no taxis. no tuk tuk ...


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You'll find that the major restaurant chains (the ones found in Central Malls) accept Amex, as do many of the department stores and major brands. High end restaurants, bars and clubs, as well as 4*+ hotels are also no problem. Outside of the above then many restaurants accept only visa or master, and even then, they may badger you for cash or a surcharge. ...



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